Recent Fiction

Probably Definitely

by Heather Morris

3 August 2015

Tommie’s been holding on to a Revolutions ticket since November. Tommie’s never seen the band live before, never seen Savannah Sullivan strut across a stage close enough to reach out and touch. It was supposed to be the show that changed everything, Tommie’s first concert. And it was supposed to be tonight.

Podcast: Probably Definitely

by Heather Morris, read by Anaea Lay

3 August 2015

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Heather Morris's "Probably Definitely."

The Visitor

by Karen Myers

20 July 2015

The leading wave of the first pulse hit the vibrissae on Felockati’s chasm-facing tentacles, then continued its race across his territory as his other sensors twisted to focus on it. He could tell how close it was from the narrow point of origin and partially occluded source — something large sinking down past the margin of the abyssal canyon.

Podcast: The Visitor

by Karen Myers, read by Anaea Lay

20 July 2015

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Karen Myers's "The Visitor."

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